Army and Navy unveiled their uniforms for this year's game and, as is always the case, their fresh duds did not disappointment.
Army is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the First Infantry Division's heroic contribution in helping to end World War I.
Here's an excerpt from the Big Red One uniform page:
President Woodrow Wilson promised the Allies he would send “a division” to France immediately, but the Army had no such divisions. The United States quickly ordered four infantry and three artillery regiments from the Mexican border in Texas to Hoboken, N.J., to board transports to France. That group of seven regiments joined together to officially form the "1st Expeditionary Division," later the 1st Infantry Division, under Brigadier General William L. Sibert on June 12, 1917. With more than 28,000 men, the "Big Red One," as the division was later nicknamed from its shoulder sleeve insignia, was twice the size of either the allied or German divisions on the Western Front.
And, of course, here's the accompanying video:
Navy, for their part, is going with a classic all-white look with Bill the Goat featured prominently on navy lids:
When Army plays Navy on the second Saturday in December, we all win.